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Lingua-EN-Numbers (1.01) *****

This module converts between numbers written as words, as in "Twenty-two", and arabic numerals, as in "22". It seems to work satisfactorily.

Ben Bullock - 2007-09-10T08:29:14 (permalink)

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Lingua-EN-Numbers (0.01) ***

Seems to offer a good functionality in the Num2Word domain of Lingua:: modules. Unfortunatedly some handling is buggy as of 0.01, e.g.
300 returns Three-Hundred Zero, while 301 returns Three-Hundred One.

Richard Jelinek - 2004-06-09T13:59:42 (permalink)

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Lingua-EN-Numbers (0.01) ***

[See also: Lingua::Num2Word, which is a cool wrapper for number -> word converters in serveral languages.]

This module converts numbers to the English equivalent (for example 20 => "Twenty"), in either American or European style. The module is object-oriented, but makes heavy use of class variables, which is a serious weakness IMO.

Compare to Number::Spell, which has less functionality but a simpler interface.

Chris Dolan - 2003-08-15T09:51:56 (permalink)

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Lingua-EN-Numbers (0.01) ***

It does what it says: you give it a number and it gives you that number represented in English. To be honest, it's missing features (non-US English, for one thing) and not super-elegant, but it Just Works, and I can drop it into my projects without having to think about it. Good enough for me!

Ricardo Signes - 2003-08-15T08:01:48 (permalink)

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